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wool and goats' hair,— being a communication.--Sealed 7th
July.-6 months for inrolment. William Fairbairn, of Manchester, engineer, for certain improvements in the construction of metal ships, boats, and other vessels, and in the preparation of metal plates to be used
therein.-Sealed 7th July—6 months for inrolment. John Perring, of Cecil House, Strand, hat manufacturer, for im
provements in wood paving.–Sealed 7th July—6 months for
inrolment. John Bird, of Manchester, machinist, for certain improvements in machinery or apparatus for raising or forcing water and other fluids, which said improvements are also applicable as an engine, to be worked by steam, for propelling vessels and other
purposes.-Sealed 7th July—6 months for inrolment. William Prichard, the Elder, of Burley Mills, Leeds, manu
facturer, for an improved method of consuming or preventing smoke, and economising fuel in steam-engine and other fur
naces.-Sealed 7th July–2 months for inrolment. William Revell Vigers, of Russell-square, Esq., for a mode of
keeping the air in confined places in a pure or respirable state, to enable persons to remain or work under water and other places, without a constant supply of fresh atmospheric air,being a communication.—Sealed 7th July—6 months for in
rolment. Jean Baptiste François Jouannin, of Upper Ebury-street, Pimlico, mechanic, for certain improvements in apparatus for regulating the speed of steam, air, or water engines, -being a communi
cation.-Sealed 9th July—6 months for inrolment. John Peter Booth, of the city of Cork, merchant, for certain im
provements in machinery and apparatus for working in mines, which are applicable to raising, lowering, and transporting of heavy bodies; and also affording assistance in promoting a more perfect ventilation of the mine.-Sealed 9th July—6
months for inrolment. James Crutchett, of William-street, Regent's Park, engineer, for
improvements in manufacturing gas, and in apparatus for consuming gas.-Sealed 12th July—6 months for inrolment. Thomas Deakin, of Sheffield, merchant, for improvements in the manufacture of parts of harness and saddlery furniture.–Sealed
12th July,6 months for inrolment. Jean Leandre Clement, of St. Martin's-lane, engineer, for im
mechanic, of steam, alul
provements in apparatus for ascertaining the temperature of fluids, and also the pressure of steam.-Sealed 12th July—6 months for inrolment. William Henry Stuckey, of St. Petersburgh, now of Upper North
place, Esq., for a pneumatic engine, for producing motive
power.-Sealed 12th July—6 months for inrolment. Joseph Schlesinger, of Birmingham, manufacturer, for certain
improvements in ink-stands and in instruments for filing or holding papers and other articles. — Sealed 16th July.-6
months for inrolment. Robert Benton, of Birmingham, land agent, for certain improve
ments in propelling, retarding, and stopping carriages on rail
roads.-Sealed 16th July—6 months for inrolment. Joseph Barling, of High-street, Maidstone, watch-maker, for cer
tain improvements for producing rotary motion in machinery, worked by manual labour.—Sealed 16th July—6 months for
inrolment. John Chatwin, of Birmingham, button manufacturer, for improvements in the manufacture of covered buttons.-Sealed 16th
July~ 6 months for inrolment. Charles Robert Ayers, of John-street, Berkeley-square, architect,
for improvements in ornamenting and colouring glass, earthenware, porcelain, and metals.-Sealed 23rd July—6 months for
inrolment. Joseph Partridge, of Bowbridge, near Stroud, Gloucester, dyer,
for certain improvements in cleansing wool.--Sealed 23rd
July—6 months for inrolment. Eugene de Varroc, of Bryanstone-street, Portman-square, Gent.,
for apparatus to be applied to chimneys to prevent their taking fire, and for rendering sweeping of chimneys unnecessary.
Sealed 23rd July—6 months for inrolment. Alexander Johnston, of Hill House, Edinburgh, Esq., for certain
improvements on carriages, which may also be applied to ships' boats, and other purposes where locomotion is required.
Sealed 23rd July—6 months for inrolment. Edward Cobbold, of Melford, in the county of Suffolk, Master
of Arts, clerk, for certain improvements in the means of supporting, sustaining, and propelling human and other bodies on and in the water.-Sealed 28th July—6 months for inrolment. CELESTIAL PHENOMENA FOR AUGUST, 1842.
D. H. M.
D, H. M. Clock before the sun 6m. Os. I --- Juno R. A. 15h. 52m. dec. 6. rises 11h. 18m. A.
0. S. D passes mer. 7h. 3m. M.
- Ceres R. A. 6h. 44m. dec. 23. D sets 3h. 38m. A.
41. N. 2 49 g in conj. with the ) diff. of dec.
Pallas R. A. 4h. 50m. dec. 5. 0. 12. N.
20. S. Clock before the sun, 5m. 42s. - Jupiter R. A. 18h. 59m. dec. 23. Drises 2h. 43m. M.
5. S. passes mer. 10h. 59m. M.
Saturn R. A. 18h. 36m. dec. 22. sets 6h. 57m. A.
44. S. 6 29 s in conj. with the diff. of
Georg. R. A. 23h. 52m. dec. 1. dec. 2. 2. N.
41. S. 17 38 % in the ascending node
Mercury passes mer. 23h. 44m. 6 2 45 Ecliptic conj. or new moon.
Venus passes mer. 2h. 36m. 7 1 D in Perigee.
Mars passes mer. 23h. Om. 9 1 17 Çin conj. with the ) diff. of dec.
Jupiter passes mer. 9h. 16m. 5. 59. N.
Saturn passes mer. Sh. 52m. 21 59 $ in conj. with f diff. of dec.
Georg. passes mer. 14h. 8m. 0. '17. S.
Occul 02 Capricorni, im. 13h. 10 Clock before the sun
29m. em. 14h. 30m. - Drises
Clock before the sun, 3m. 13s. Dpasses mer.
Drises 6h. 44m. A. sets
- D passes mer. 11h. 55m. A. 7 11 g in Perihelion
► sets 4h. 7m. M. 5 22 Dinor first quarter.
6 51 q in the descending node. Clock before the sun, 5m. 7s. 15 16 greatest Hel. Lat. N. Drises, 10h. 6m. M.
18 43 Juno DO Dpasses mer. 3h. 28m. A.
2 14 Ecliptic oppo. or O full moon > sets 8h. 37m. A.
19 in Apogee. Occul s Sagitarii, im. 11h. 33m. 23 7 31 Her. in conj. with the ) diff. of em. 12h. 41m.
dec. 6. 8. S. 11 49 hin conj. with the ) diff. of dec. 9 8 in sup. conj. with the O 1. 34. N.
Clock before the sun, lm. 578. 22 19 24 in conj. with D diff. of dec. - rises, 7h. 55m. A. 0. 18. N.
- Dpasses mer. 2h. 36m. M.
3 49 ) in or last quarter
rises 11h. Om. A.
) sets 3h. 28m. A.
57m. em. 15h. 56m.
J. LEWTHWAITE, Rotherhithe.
To SAMUEL LAwson, of Leeds, in the county of York,
and John Lawson, of the same place, engineers and co-partners, for certain improvements in machinery for spinning, doubling, and twisting flax, wool, silk, cotton, and other fibrous substances,-being a communication. - [Sealed 2nd January, 1840.]
for certain 'wisting Leing a co
These improvements in spinning, &c., apply to that class or description of machinery called the throstle-frame, and are intended to effect economy of space in the machinery.
By this improved arrangement of parts, two sets of rovings, yarns, or threads, are spun, twisted, or doubled, from one set of drawing and top-rollers, each length of the rovings in spinning, or each pair or more of yarns or threads in doubling, being conducted to separate spindles and flyers, from the nip or points of contact of the lower row of the drawing-rollers.
The spindles and flyers are placed in two rows, at equal distances from a perpendicular line, drawn from the nip or point of contact of the lower rollers, in such a manner that the yarns or threads shall be conducted to the flyers at equal angles, and subjected to equal tension.
In Plate Iy., fig. 1, is a side elevation of one of these improved spinning-frames, (having only twenty-four spindles,) as adapted for spinning flax, part of the guide-plates, with the apron, being removed, the better to shew the spindles and flyers in each row. Fig. 2, is a partial transverse section of the same; and fig. 3, is a section, to shew more clearly the line or direction in which the rovings or yarns are passed from the bobbins or spools between the sets of drawing-rollers to the flyers and spindles, and the situation of the same on each side of the perpendicular line a, b, shewn dotted in this figure.
a, a, is the frame-work and standard of the machine ; b, b, is the first or main driving-shaft, receiving its motion by a band passing from the steam-engine or other first mover, to the fast and loose pullies or riggers on its end ; C, c, are the rows of spindles, passing through the fixed plate or cross-bar d, their lower ends resting in cup-bearings on the other bar or plate e, in the usual manner; f, is the copping-rail or lifter, supporting the bobbins g, g; and h, h, are the flyers, attached to the spindles, as in common.
The copping or lifting motion of the bar f, is effected in this machine by the heart wheel or excentric cam i, acting upon one end of a lever, the other being attached to the legs or vertical bars k, k, which support the copping-rail; or the lifting motion may be effected in any other convenient manner. l, l, are the bobbins or spools, containing the rovings, threads, or yarns, and are placed in any convenient situation, turning loosely upon pins or wires; and m*, and m, are the two ordinary sets of rollers. These pairs or sets of rollers are constructed after the usual manner, and are actuated by the train of toothed wheels and pinions, leading from the main shaft b, to the axle n, of the lower set of drawing-rollers m, as shewn in the drawings. 0, 0, is the trouglı, containing the water for wetting the royings or yarns, when spinning or doubling flax, hemp, or such like fibrous materials. This trough is placed at or near the centre or middle part of the machine. p, p, are the guide-plates, for conducting and